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Lhéraud Cognac

Lhéraud Cognac, steeped in tradition and artisanal skill, is a family-run estate with a long history of producing cognac. Based in the Petite Champagne region of France, the Lhéraud family has been cultivating vines since 1860. They are known for producing some of the world's finest cognacs, thanks to their commitment to quality and craftsmanship.

The estate's vineyards thrive on the chalky soils of Petite Champagne. This area is known for its high-quality grapes, crucial to Lhéraud's cognac. The cognacs have finesse and complexity. Their distillation process combines traditional methods and long ageing. They use copper pot stills and age the cognac in French oak barrels. This can take many decades. The ageing process develops the cognac's rich amber colour and deep flavour.

Their range includes various ages and blends. From the lively VSOP to older and more exquisite cuvées, each bottle reflects the estate's history and the family's passion for cognac. The older vintages are valued for their depth. They offer a sensory journey through the estate's history.

The presentation of their cognac matches its quality. The bottles and labels show elegance and charm. The Lhéraud family also values a personal touch. They often meet customers and cognac lovers to share their knowledge and passion for the spirit.

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